I’m so excited to finally share the Frozen Party! It’s been a while since I posted but I hope it will be worth the wait. What little girl is not obsessed with Disney’s Frozen? I love the movie so when my daughter said she wanted that theme for her party I definitely didn’t fight it!
The dessert table was pretty simple. The best part of this I didn’t buy anything but the plastic table cloths! When Christmas was over I kept out some of my Christmas decoration for the party. My mom and sister let me borrow some of their items and we were in business.
All of the hanging snow was from one garland. The vintage candle sticks brought in a old world look that Frozen has. Glitter is always welcome at a little girls birthday party!
I loved the look of these cupcake holders. I got them at Zurchers for 2 dollars.
My mom helped me out and made the snowflake sugar cookies that tasted as good and they look! I pretty sure I had 5 of them.
I am not a cake decorator. I had to figure something out because there are just not cute Frozen cakes to buy right now. Snowflakes are a little easier for me to do so I made the cake blue and threw on some snowflakes and crystal sugar.
I’m a true believer in having snacks at all parties. I had blue candy, snow balls (marshmallows), and snow covered donuts. Most of all the food was gone by the end of the night.
Alright here was the hard party. Making my crappy looking garage look like a magical snow wonderland. I love plastic table cloths, they covered a lot of the bad stuff. The lights were needed since we blocked some lights. And of course we hung a bunch of snowflake ornaments.
The kids thought it was the coolest thing ever. I’m glad they really liked it. I think I hung around 40 snowflakes.
More lights more snowflakes
We needed some serving table space. The branch worked perfectly to hang snowflakes and add a winter look. And it was free.
The silver platters are at the dollar store! And the silver ball was a Christmas decoration but on a candle stick.
The table décor was pretty simple. Vintage with some crystal.
We had two parties. One for kids and one for adults.
Kids party~ we had them make there own Olaf, make there own magic snow, we had them find the difference in the picture and that filled an hour! I got the olaf print out and the other awesome printable at.. http://www.memyselfandjen.com/life-and-kids/printables-activity-sheets-disneys-frozen/
This lady did an awesome job with this stuff so definitely check it out.
To make there own snow
I found this on pinterest and put a twist on the title to have it fit the party. But the kids loved it! To read more about this craft check out http://www.artsyants.com/2011/11/make-magic-bottle-tutorial.html
For the adult party we ate meatball sandwiches with salad which was a hit and kept cost down and it’s easy. You just put a bag of meatballs and one can of sauce and warm it up in a crockpot. That’s it. Easy. When you’re feeding a lot of people easy is best. I hope you enjoyed this party! let me know what you think!